Cherry Hill, NJ, January 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In a significant commitment to Sustainable Development CassBeth has made its Specification Analysis Tool (SAT) software available for free as part of a move to spread the word about a new book Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering. In the free version of the software the user is presented with a small book image and link to buy the book without disrupting normal tool operations. It is just in the peripheral field of view. The users are still able to purchase the software and can use a different key to suppress the small image and link of the book.
SAT was introduced in 2006 and in 2007 NASA used it for a study to determine the effectiveness of tool automation to review specification text - www.nasa.gov. SAT was selected by NASA IVV from several other tools for the study because of its accuracy in identifying issues, especially those consistent with IV&V manual analysis, and the potential ability to decrease analysis time. SAT can be found at www.cassbeth.com.
The author has stated "In my book I talk about how innovation and creativity are shutting down in our major institutions. People no longer try things even if they know it will help them and their peers. I hope people will take the time to download this software and seriously consider both the software and the book in their future work."
About The Author:
Walt has held various government, defense, and commercial high technology positions in the past 30 years. He has published and presented at several technical conferences. Starting from New Jersey, going to California, then Florida, and returning back to New Jersey Walt has a very broad and deep understanding of the state of engineering and technology in the United States. He has taken this experience and digested it into his new book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering" in hopes of providing an effective road map for people engaged in building everything in the next 100 years.
Cassbeth is a technology company offering software and system engineering products originating from its Internet E-Commerce experiments that started in 1997 and over 30 years experience in Aerospace and Education. It is also the publisher of "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering".
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About NASA IVV:
Located in the heart of West Virginia's emerging technology sector, the NASA IV&V Facility was established in 1993 as part of an Agency-wide strategy to provide the highest achievable levels of safety and cost-effectiveness for mission critical software. The NASA IV&V Facility was founded under the NASA Office of Safety and Mission Assurance (OSMA) as a direct result of recommendations made by the National Research Council (NRC) and the Report of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident. www.nasa.gov
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